Filtered water on the go

I am ashamed when I think of how much bottled water I bought this Summer as I explored New York City. It wasn’t my intention but I’d find myself thirsty on a hot day and the easiest solution seemed to be heading to a street vendor for a Dasani. Before I knew it I’d be on my third bottle and shaking my head. I could have filled my bottle at the nearest water fountain but they seemed to be few and far between. Also, filling up at an old rusty fountain seemed very unappealing.

I found the solution to all of my H2O problems upon returning to Atlanta. A friend introduced me to the Water Bobble which is a reusable bottle featuring a replaceable filter. Not only does this way-cool contraption ensure clean water with every gulp, it’s also quite stylish. With six colors to choose from, it’s curvy silhouette looks as good on a hike as it does on the streets of London. It also comes in several sizes.

Let’s not forget that by using a reusable water bottle you reduce your carbon footprint on the environment. Instead of buying bottles of water at the store that you’re going to eventually throw away get a Water Bobble that you can use forever. Just replace the filter every once and awhile and you’re good to go.

The Water Bobble is the best solution that I’ve found as an on-the-go person. I hate throwing away my water when going through airport security only to buy more once I get to my gate. Now I can just put an empty Water Bobble in my carry-on bag and fill it up at a water fountain after the security check.

You can order your own Water Bobble at waterbobble.com and enjoy the freedom of water whenever you want!

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